Due to an extensive travel schedule this week, I will not be compiling this week’s 52 Ancestors recap. Please leave a link to your post from the week of June 11-17 in the comments below.
I will be back next week with the Week 25 recap, covering June 18-24. See you then!
Casimir Bruynell vs. Samuel Gompers (by Karen Bruynell). http://gettingtoknowyou1.blogspot.com/2014/06/casimir-bruyneel-vs-sam-gompers-52.html?m=1
PETERS – “Jordan Nichols PETERS 1796-1890 – War of 1812 Pensioner” by Cathy Meder-Dempsey on Opening Doors in Brick Walls
My post this week is about my great-great-grandfather Andreas Troedsson/Andrew T. Anderson, who was from Grevie, Skåne, Sweden and immigrated to Chicago, Illinois. http://so-many-ancestors.blogspot.com/2014/06/52-ancestors-24-andreas-troedssonandrew.html
Two posts this week.
First prompted by the discovery of multiple online trees with faulty information.
My second post on this challenge is about Rudolph Siebel who immigrated to Lowden, Cedar County, IA and a surprising find: http://vorfahrensucher.de/rudolfsiebel/
enjoy your travels, Amy, so much to do on your return, though!! Here’s my link:
GOESCH – Frederick August Gerhardt Goesch by Larry Sanburg on larrysgroup.wordpress.com http://larrysgroup.wordpress.com/2014/06/15/52-ancestors-52-weeks-week-24-frederick-august-gerhardt-goesch/
Herman Fredrec Nachtigall (1866-1934) my 3rd great grandfather:
Absalom Jackson who died in 1838 in Chambers County, AL.
JENNINGS, Charles Theodore, “A Tribute to My Father,” Schalene Dagutis, author of Tangled Roots and Trees
My #24, Mary Bassett Morgan, had rather bad luck in husbands. Not her full history here, just a sad story about Mary and her Godey’s subscription. http://ancestorsinaprons.com/2014/06/52-ancestors-mary-bassett-platt-morgan/
#52Ancestors #24 Robert Preece, Building up brick walls http://starryblackness.wordpress.com/2014/06/11/robert-preece/ from Lynne Black
HERRING – My post this week is about my ancestor Thomas Franklin Herring, who was an apothecary in Texas in the 1860s-70s. http://genearchaelogist.blogspot.com/2014/06/52-ancestors-13-thomas-franklin-herring.html
Gardener Extraordinaire–Helen Blanche Hogue Youngblood, 1881-1964-52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks
June 17, 2014 by Helen Holshouser Leave a comment
Hey Amy, here’s my #24: http://diggingdowneast.blogspot.com/2014/06/52-ancestors-24-emma-jane-deyarmond.html
Elizabetha Mehlheimer (c 1800-c1851) and Her Scandinavian Mito-Cousins – 52 Ancestors #24
Hubbard Philander Mitchell – He Liked a Little Nip Now and Then
Russell Gordon Day stepped on by a mule. http://ourfamilytreetales.blogspot.com/2014/06/52-ancestors-week-24-russell-gordon-day.html
My Uncle Bill Sinclair, a farmer from Blanshard, Manitoba, Canada is my ancestor of the week. Love his hair!! http://ssimms64.blogspot.ca/2014/06/week-24-william-sinclair.html
Here’s mine on Gamaliel Beaman:
Here’s my week 24 post:
week 24 – http://denisedigsroots.blogspot.com/2014/06/william-e-hutson-farm-hand-and.html
I’m posting my June 17 52 Ancestors Challenge — Wilhelm (William) F. Marsischky – Where Did He End Up?
#24, Father’s Day Special: Roger Marchant Kirk
This week’s post is of Jane Catherine (Roberts) Lansil of Llanfairfechan Wales and Boston, Massachusetts – http://passagetothepast.wordpress.com/2014/06/20/52-ancestors-week-24-jane-catherine-roberts-of-llanfairfechan/
52 Ancestors, Week # 24 – late post, sorry! My father, Robert Henry Bird Churchill, – now on my blog: http://karenskin.com
To get to Karen’s post, you need to go to this link: http://www.karenskin.com/325450568
My posting for week 24 was about Mary McKenzie http://www.researchergal.blogspot.ca/2014/06/52-ancestors-in-52-weeks-24-mary.html
My Week 24 post features Mickey Furlani and can be found at http://www.oldbonesgenealogy.com/52-ancestors-24-mickey-furlani-in-the-news/
#24 week, which I was late posting due to “technical” problems pertains to John Vanderpool called Disappearing Act.
Not sure if you want #25 here (this week’s) but just in case …
#25 is Bad Girls Baffle Researcher — featuring Priscilla (Bankston) Matthews and Sarah (Pierson) Hixson …. both are posted at:
Lavina Morgan at http://familyandmemories.blogspot.com/2014/06/19-lavina-morgan.html
My Week 24, a bit late… Week 25 also coming today!
More of an memory blog than a genealogical one–dedicated to so many of my young cousins who never knew what made Grandpa Higgins special.
I have done three weeks in a row featuring a family. First, the father who was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal and the Military Medal (W22). Last week it was his flying ace son (W23) and this week is about young Bobby who was trying to emulate his brother (W24). All three died serving their country during WW2. Follow links if you want to read all three.
#52Ancestors – No. 24 – Ernest Anderson http://wp.me/p43WgZ-5b
Better late than never! Eleanor Nelly Morris Mills 1739-1833 http://bit.ly/1iLbJz7
I am so busy, I totally missed this self post, sighhh. Busy is better than bored I always say!
William A. DARDEN